पृथगुपदेशात् ॥ २८ ॥
pṛthagupadeśāt || 28 ||
pṛthak—Separate; upadeśāt—on account of the teaching.
28. On account of the separate teaching (of the Sruti) (that the soul so pervades the body owing to its quality of intelligence).
A further argument is given to establish the proposition of the last Sutra. The text, “Having by Prajna (intelligence) taken possession of the body” (Kau. 3. 6), shows that intelligence is different from the soul, being related as instrument and agent, and that with this quality the soul pervades the whole body.